111 Blogging Tips For Newbie Bloggers

1. Start blogging from today.
2. Use WordPress or blogspot.
3. As a newbie, use blogspot. You can switch to WordPress after your blog expands.
4. If you are low on budget use custom ***.blogspot.com or ***.wordpress.com
5. If you are serious about blogging, buy a domain name and web hosting package from hostgator or Dreamhost.
6. Choose a blog name which is easy to remember and spell. Your blog name and domain name should be the same. If possible use keywords in your blog name.
7. If buying a domain name try to get a .com or .net domain name.
8. Use meta tags.
9. Optimize your blog title,  keywords and description for better rankings.
10. Optimize your blog template for faster loading and indexing your blog quickly in search engines.
11. Use plugins if you use WordPress.
12. Choose the right plugins.
13. Use widgets if you use blogspot.
14. Too many plugins and widgets may slow down your blog.
15. Keep your visitors engaged by using related post widget below every blog post.
16. Use google related links widget [only invites].
17. Add Popular Post and Recent Post widget.
18. Use subscription widget.
19. Use feedburner or aweber.
20. Customize your footer with functional links.
21. Manage your mailing list and offer newsletter.
22. Don’t display your subscription count [chicklet] at an early stage.
23. Pick your niche carefully and stick to it.
24. Be an expert in your niche.
25. Write what you love to.
26. Be passionate about what you write.
27. Share what you know.
28. Share what worked for you.
29. Share what didn’t worked for you.
30. Write quality content.
31. Write unique and informative article.
32. Avoid duplicate contents.
33. Write for your readers and search engines.
34. Use simple language, so it’s easy for readers to understand.
35. Improve your writing. Read Copyblogger or Problogger.
36. Don’t fake it. Be original.
37. Give readers what they want.
38. Read other blogs in your niche and expand your vision.
39. Subscribe to other blogs in your niche.
40. Write at least one post a day or 5 post in a week.
41. Slow down your post frequency per day if you have just entered blogging.
42. Don’t chunk articles by long post. Break them into para’s.
43. Use bold heading or large fonts or bullets and numbers wherever required.
44. Be precise.
45. Be patient.
46. Learn and Practise SEO.
47. Avoid Black Hat SEO.
48. Black Hat SEO can penalize your blog by de-indexing your blog from search engines.
49. Use fonts that are easy to read. Try using Georgia with 13px.
50. Use images wherever required. It’s not necessary to use images in every post.
51. If posting large images, compress the with an online tool such as smushit.com or use any offline converter.
52. Try not to use images in templates. This will reduce some load time of the blog.
53. Use keywords in post.
54. Proofread you article twice. If not satisfied read it thrice.
55. Add Facebook like button and tweet button in every post.
56. Use all in one sharing and bookmarking widget by addthis or sharethis.
57. Always back up your blog template and articles.
58. Whenever customizing your blogger template, download the current one as a backup if anything goes wrong.
59. If you are using WordPress, use a premium theme. Go for thesis one.
60. Use tags or labels.
61. Categorize your post for better navigation.
62. Add an “about me” or “about blog” page.
63. Add a “contact” page.
64. Optimize your sidebar.
65. Submit you blog to googlegoogle blog searchbingyahoo and dmoz.
66. Submit your blog to popular blog directories like blogcatalog.
67. Participate in online forums of your related niche.
68. Use your website link as a signature in dofollow forums.
69. Add an about author widget below every blog post.
70. Ask question to your readers and answer questions of your readers.
71. Do a keyword research on your blog.
72. Inter link post wherever required.
73. Check your web stats regularly.
74. Use analytics for complete blog statistics. Use Google Analytics or Quantcast.
75. Use Google Webmasters Tools.
76. Use sitemeter.
77. If you have a good readership, monetize your blog.
78. Don’t monetize your blog too early.
79. Use Google AdsenseInfolinks or any other CPM advertising on your blog.
80. Monetizing is not going to make you a millionaire overnight.
81. Adsense works best with high traffic blogs such as this one.
82. Don’t ask your readers to click ads. You don’t wanna to kick your own ass.
83. CPC are high on niche blogs.
84. Don’t ever use pop up or pop under ads on your blog if you don’t want to irritate your visitors.
85. Use Intensedebate or Disqus commenting system.
86. Comment on related niche blogs.
87. Always read the full article and give your opinion.
88. Do not spam.
89. Update your profile and get a gravatar.
90. Make your blog a dofollow blog.
91. If it’s getting too spamy make it a nofollow blog.
92. Use Akismet WordPress plugin for moderating comments.
93. Avoid commenting on A-list blog when you are new to blogging.
94. Enable comment luv on your blog.
95. Enable “Subscribe to Comments“.
96. Reply to comments on your post.
97. Visit your commenter’s site.
98. Leave relevant comment. No one cares you unless you are Darren Rowse or John Chow.
99. Write Reviews.
100. Connect with other blogger via networked blogs or Facebook.
101. Optimize your popular articles for search engine traffic.
102. Improve your writing and write guest post on other blogs.
103. Check this list for blogs that accepts guest post.
104. Add a co-blogger.
105. Start guest post on your blog.
106. Technorati and Stumbleupon are useful
107. Digg is useless.
108. Promote your blog with HubPages, Squidoo, SheToldMe and YouSayToo.
109. Always remember passion is the bridge to success.
110. And generosity is the key to build relationship.

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Praveen Hanchinal

Praveen Hanchinal is an Educator, IT Consultant, Professional Speaker on Artificial Intelligence (AI, ML, DL), Cloud, Big Data, IoT (Internet of Things) and BlockChain. Have been working on AI, Cloud, Big Data, IoT technologies for 9.0 years. He is a Team Lead, Educator, IT Consultant, trains and gives talks on topics of his interest and educates people. Trained around 11000+ people which include teachers, students, industry professionals and government officials on recent technologies.

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